Category:Strathdon (ship, 1885)

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English: Strathdon was a steel barque built in 1885 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast (yard no. 184) withe the originally name Queen's Island for S. Lawther, Belfast. Her dimensions were: length × beam × depth: 282.7 × 40.4 × 23.5 ft (86.2 × 12.3 × 7.2 m) and 2093 GRT, 2038 NRT and 1920 tons under deck. One of the two largest barques afloat. Sistership to the full-rigged ship Lord Templetown. Sold cirka 1890 to the Aberdeen White Star Line and was renamed Strathdon. 1905 sold to Ant. Dom. Bordes et Fils, Dunkerque, and was renamed Gers. 1922 laid up at Nantes and broken up at Brügge in 1924.[1]

Names:

  • Queen's Island (1885 – c. 1890)
  • Strathdon (c. 1890 - 1905)
  • Gers (1905 – 1924)

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